26.05.2005 Politics

Kwabre West MP supports community-initiated projects

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Ntribuoho (Ash), May 26, GNA - Mr Emmanuel Asamoa Owusu-Ansah, the Deputy Minister of Justice and Attorney General and the Member of Parliament for Kwabre West, has donated items worth 11 million cedis to four communities in his constituency.

Three of the communities, Ntribuoho, Sasa and Ebom-Bomfa received 50 bags of cement each while Kodie had a cash of two million cedis. The people of Ntribuoho are building a library, Sasa is cladding its block of six classrooms, citizens of Ebom-Bomfa are working on a block of three classrooms and the people of Kodie are building toilets. Presenting the items and the money on behalf of the MP, Mr Kwame Agyei, NPP chairman for Kwabre West, said the assistance was in response to appeals the various communities made to Mr Owusu-Ansah during his four-day tour of the constituency last month.

Nana Kofi Mensah, Odikro of Ntribuoho, thanked the MP for using his own resources to assist his constituents and said the items would motivate them to work harder to complete the projects on schedule. At Kodie, Mr Kwame Yeboah and Madam Beatrice Boateng, unit committee chairman and assemblywoman respectively who received the money, said Nana Amma Agyeman, Queen Mother of the town, has donated five million cedis towards the provision of the toilet.

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